Lunch links: Next coach at Colorado
November, 9, 2010
By David Ubben | ESPN.com
After much thought and extensive discussion with family and friends, I've decided to remove my name from consideration for coaching openings for both the Colorado Buffaloes and Dallas Cowboys.
- Not everybody was a fan of Paul Rhoads' decision to go for two in overtime against Nebraska.
- Big 12 defenses have devised a common game plan to slow Missouri's offense, writes Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune. Missouri's Blaine Gabbert is also pretty fired up about talk of him being benched.
- Kyle Ringo of the Boulder Daily Camera lays out his criteria for who the next coach at Colorado should be.
- Texas offensive coordinator Greg Davis is disappointed with the job he's done this year, reports Laken Litman of the Dallas Morning News.
- Texas A&M is planning to win out the rest of the season, reports David Harris of the Dallas Morning News.
- Nebraska's three-quarterback set-up suits them, writes Rich Kaipust of the Omaha World-Herald.
- Teams will want Mike Gundy after the season, but Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman says he's not going anywhere.
- The Cowboys want to make retaining offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen a priority.
- You'll hear plenty about the return of the Wrecking Crew out of College Station this week.
- How do you get stuffed on the goal line three times? Guerin Emig of the Tulsa World tries to answer the question.
- Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal tries to gauge what Texas Tech's win over Missouri means for the program.